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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J.2 _ THE LETH8RIDGE HSRAID Monday, June 3, 1972 Alfalfa cubing plant is open me SUIHAKT Herald Staff Wrilpr Tirol Dehydrators Ltd. of Til- ley, 100 miles northeast of Loth- bridge, Saturday officially opened Canada's first alfalfa cubing plant. Located in the heart o! alfalfa country, the plant is set. up to process alfalfa hay from loose and baled condition to easily handled cubes mea- suring about Hi inches in size. The farmer owned plant will employ 18 persons. Work started Tuesday on some stock piled bales and will con- tinue in tills fashion until the first cutting of alfalfa com- mences this season. Al Chrumka of Tilley, presi- dent of the company, said mar- ket interests in tha cubed pro- duct have been beyond expec- tation, especially with Alberta feedlot operators and dairy1 men. He said there has been cor- respondence with four Jap- anese firms as well as from in- terested concerns in British Co- lumbia and Saskatchewan. John Calpas, regional agri- culturist for southern Alberta said this plant could prove to be of significant importance to FURRIER FUR COAT STORAGE TIME THE LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS PHONE 327-2209 agriculture, especially for beef and dairy operators. He feels the plant will stabi- lize the alflafa hay prices and, ince the process gives a more concentrated product, will ex- end the market for alfalfa a greater distance from Ihe East- ern Irrigation District. The process will facilitate ncchanization into the hay in- Justry and prove to be a labor- saving system for all persons concerned in the industry, he lid. The plant equipment will give formers and ranchers a chance :o improve the last segment of the beef and dairy feeding op- eration, providing consistent quality hay forage material. He suggested the process ill short cut some work from the field to the market and in so doing, will help to cut pro- duction costs to the producer. Jack Homer, member of par- liament for Crowfoot, said if this plant is successful, there will be plenty of room for growth in the future. He com- mended the organizers as be- ing men who were not afraid to gamble, men who r i s k e c money and time to improve their own industry. Fred Mandeville, area repre- sentative in the Alberta legisla ture, said this was one grea example of decentralization something wlu'ch was good for agriculture. "As a long time farmer, realize the problems in mar keting and pricing said Mr. Mandeville, "and thi plant will help both these prob lems. "It will handle up to acres of product from the EID and this will mean more si a bility for the farmers." He said the plant will hel the economy of the who! region. "Farm ers don't need subsidies, they need plants like this to hel their he said. Dave Durkson, marketing o ficer for the province, said tl establishment of the alfali plant was one of the most en corn-aging aspects of agricul- ture in the province. "This plant is an example of people getting together, people who say government doesn't loading, and by those who provided aircraft ond pilots. CMHA executive officer Molly Mitchell says total receipts were and estimates a net income of afler expenses. Picture above shows a waiting crowd at ihe Kenyan Field terminal. Picture at right shows Jaycee Con Wiebe weighing Doug Sipas for two cents a pound. the legislature FLY-A-THON A total of 561 persons managed lo get into the air in Sunday's Menial Health Fly-A-TKon. Tickets slopped selling at 5 p.m., disappointing 'he late- comers. Pilots of the nine aircraft did nol finish until 6 p.m., one hour behind schedule. The CMHA's fund-raising campaign was assisted by the lethbridge Jaycees and Jaycettes, who helped in the weigh-in, loading and un- 52 children, ivere finalists in bicycle safety contest A schoolchitdren's b I c y c 1 e For one month, the AMA and safety rally, sponsored by the Alberta Motor Association, the city police, the College Mall Businessmen's Association and CFCN was held at the College Mall parking lot Saturday. Fifty-two finalists, selecied from schoolchildren be- tween 1 and 6, took part in the rally. Students leave city have to do it he said. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE FIRST AID CRASH COURSE A crash course (Certificate Granting) consists of 2 hour lectures each niglh for two weeks. Because interest has been shown tentative dates of June 12 to June 23 have been set. If sufficient registration is received before June 9 these classes will proceed, Pre-registrotion is required. For further information phone: 328-5971 or 32B-7777 The three international dents who were in the stu- city making a study of irrigation completed their stay Monday. They will spend a day in Medicine Hat and two days in Outlook, Saskatchewan further- ing their studies before return, ing to the University of Dallas, Texas. They requested that the fol lowing note be published: Our thanks to the people In the Lethbridge area for their co operation in assisting us in furnishing information for our study of irrigation in south- ern Alberta. "Since our time is and to personally thank every person would be a difficult enterprise, we would like to di- rect our sincere thanks to al we met." All Elliouderi, Tripoli, Libya Melchor Hinojosa Nuevo Laredo, Mexico Qui Swensson Campinas, Brazi the city police visited schools, gave lectures on bicycle safety to the children and inspecled bicycles. The rally consisted of six safety contests, including bal- ancing, riding through narrow racks and travelling in a si- mulated street with slop signs and traffic lights. The winners and runners-up were (with a bicycle each do- nated by the College Mall, tro- ihies from CFCN, trophies 'rom city police to the winners: AMA trophies to the runners- Boys Grade 1-3: Paul Verhoef, 9, Grade 3, Immanuel Christian School, 108 points (maximum points Runner- up: Scott Ammans, 8, Grade 2, Agnes Davidson School 107 points. Girls Grade 1-3: Debbie Com meringer, 9, Grade 3, Lakeview School, 113 points. Runner-up: Wilma Smith, 8, Grade 3, Gal- braith School, 109 points. Boys Grade 4-6: Billy Rab, 10, Grade 5, Alan Watson School, 108 points. Runner-up: Eaymond Spencer, 10, Grade 5 Fleetwood Bawden School, 107 points. Girls Grade t-6: Jenny Web- king, 10, Grade 4, Fleetwooc Bawden School, 113 points Runner-up: Valerie Krywonis 11, Grade 6, Galbraith School 109 points. Mayor Andy Anderson pinneose its will. The nev; departments of ad- vanced education and expand- ed department of manpower and labor met some disagree- ment in delails, but h'ttle oppo- sition in principle. It was the same story with exemption of people 65 anc over from education taxes on residential property agree- ment about the need for aid to Ihe elderly, but conflict over how it should he accomplished Oct. 23 the first fall session ol the Alberta legislature wil open with an address by the Premier and introduction legislation left from the spring Alberta Bill of Rights Coal Conservalion Acl, The Mental Hcallh Act and more. Committees, active durinf the summer, will report on cen sorship, the Communal Proper ties Act and education reform suggested in the Worth Com mission education renprt lo h announced later this month. 0 frclnler Lougheed will mov He pointed to the provincial I two of hls four civil service, the largest per eight-year program, with moi capita of any province in Can- dissent expected withm Oppos ada and the "deliberate under- estimating" to the tune of million in the budget left by the former government. The short money supply was j corrceted with a record S200 mil- lion borrowing program. The Socreds hit back on the floor of the legislature, brand- ing the borrowing excessive and charging waste of funds and political patronage in allot- ting to all-Conservative task forces, doing committee work, the Opposition charged should come out of normal MLA expenses. tion ranks and stronger dec sion-making from "ihe ne1 Tories. Wind-up dance The high schools of the cil will celebrate the year's en Tuesday with a free dance fi high school students. The dance is at Winsti Churchill High School from p.m. to midnight and featuri Billy Nichol. Students mu show student cards to be a milled. 305 13TH ST. NORTH PHONE 327-3181 Jnequal distribution claimed n Alberta tourism grants Prov 1 n c! a 1 tourist zone 1 doing sometlung then ripping ants are not distributed eqni- bly, says Frank Smith the ravel and Convention Associa- on of Southern Alberta man- er. Tongue in cheek, he said the rants "arc not related to the fort expended at the zone vel. "It seems the bigger the pop- alion th'e worse the deal, un- er the old grant system." The "old formula" was set by the previous Social redit administration "and was esigned for different condi- ons than exist in this Mr. Smith said. Grants to some zones repre- ent only a few cents of every ollar spent in tourist promo- on while other zones virtually eceive a dollar grant for a ctol- ar spent. The new tourism minister, lob Dowling, "recognized the nequititics that exist" in the Id formula and is currently reparing a new one, said Mr milh. The grant provided to this one (Zone 1) for the curren' iscal year amounted to iut falls considerably short of he overall budget to be spen here. The total provincial grant li he 12 tourist zones doubled las grant and amounted li Speaking of Nuance, Mr 5mith said, he criticized th government's method of ing money. The information centre al Fort Made oil just received a new paint job three weeks ago. Last week, however, provin- cial public works crews began tearing portions of the front and roof of the same centre down and began some expan- sion work. "That seems like a back- wards way of doing things r he said. Mr. Smith worries that the ublic may be shaking its head t the procedure and wonder if nat's what is liappening lo overnment alloted tourist iromotion dollars. He has been told the "back- wards" undertaking was the of public vorks department. SCROLL PRESENTED James K. Brown of 523 12 SI. C. N. will be presented with his lalli donation scroll at the Hcd Cross Blood Donor's Clinic Tuesday. Three people, will be presented with 50th donation scrolls and eight v.'il! receive 351h donation scrolls. The clinic will oper- ate Tuesday. B lo S p.m.. Wednesday, 1 lo 3 p.m., md fi to 9 p.m. and Thursday to II a.m. and 6 In p.m. in room 1 of the Civic Centre. GRAVEL Drain Rock Washed Gravel Fill and Base Gravel WILL DELIVER PHONE 327-6533 JIM DAVIS SAND AND GRAVEL COALHURST Tanco Millwork Products DIVISION OF TANNER BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD. Now Located in Larger Facilities at 1415-2nd Avenue S. PHONE 327-5161 ;